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Post by Prankz87 » 06 Jun 2019, 10:54

This is a very intriguing book about eastern philosophy, traditional medicines, and healing techniques, there is a lot to learn on this and im a little bit curious about the russian scientist who experiments telepathy using rabbits. I will definitely read this one. Thank you for the great review.

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Post by Helpme71 » 06 Jun 2019, 10:54

This book seems interesting and philosophically-deep, but I don't think that it is for me right now. I will definitely be looking to see if an updated, improved edition will come out to fix those errors that you mentioned. Thanks for the review!
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Post by Prankz87 » 06 Jun 2019, 10:56

This is a very intriguing book about eastern philosophy, traditional medicines, and healing techniques, there is a lot to learn on this and im a little bit curious about the russian scientist who experiments telepathy using rabbits. I will definitely read this one. Thank you for the great review.

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Post by C-obi » 06 Jun 2019, 10:58

Dolor's review on the book ' Awaken you, wonderful we', sparked up a lot of curiosity especially with his comments on the author's statements on the death of the gods, and though this zeal does not agree with my personal views, his review on other aspects deserves some commendation.

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Post by Scarlet Nicoll » 06 Jun 2019, 10:58

Interesting! Traditional medicines do have a better effect than the modern medicine, which leads from one problem to another, but this type of read doesn't interest me. Congratulations!

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Post by cindyr2416 » 06 Jun 2019, 11:01

Good review. This book seems to have picked my curiosity just because I would love to see what the author says about traditional medicines and techniques. I’m pretty open to see what others views are on religion even though it doesn’t sway my faith. I’ll add this to my books to read.

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Post by Nivi Gideon » 06 Jun 2019, 11:03

Very informative and educational to those who opt for natural remedies to their physical ailments. The book is quite elaborate, but it does contain a number of sound quotes and advise for one's well being.

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Post by TuyetMai » 06 Jun 2019, 11:08

Thank you for your analysis and for summing up the book so nicely. I was quite overwhelmed by the synopsis. Eastern philosophy and traditional healing techniques sound pretty interesting. I'll see how long I can put up with the poor editing.

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Post by Mmg8464 » 06 Jun 2019, 11:08

It would be interesting to know more about alternative medicine. This type of healing is most of the time better than modern ones. Thanks for your review. I found the Amazon description confusing but your review cleared it up for me.

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Post by EvaDar » 06 Jun 2019, 11:13

Well, this one sounds a little mixed. I enjoy learning anything I can about holistic healing and that appeals to me. Having to read about animal testing does not. Thanks for the review.
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Post by Juliana_Isabella » 06 Jun 2019, 11:19

I would be interested to see how the author backs up both his religious and scientific claims with evidence. Good review!

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Post by Ellylion » 06 Jun 2019, 11:29

Thank you so much for this review! Eastern medicine and its traditions are really worth exploring.

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Post by PeaceGirl1991 » 06 Jun 2019, 11:33

While I think there is some good information here I just don't think that saying it's all environment covers it completely. The debate of nature vs. nurture is one of those debates that people like to say it's just one or the other but I think there is more to it. It's is true that if you change how you react to the negative things in your life you will have a positive outcome but that won't fix every problem out there.

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Post by jemgirl202 » 06 Jun 2019, 11:55

This sounds like an interesting book that talks about different cures for different health issues. The author really focuses on Eastern practices. Congrats on the book of the day! Great review.

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Post by Miriam Molina » 06 Jun 2019, 11:57

The sample was overwhelming. The grammar errors prevented me from appreciating the book. Maybe I should read the table of contents first to gain perspective.

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